Texas Child Sex Trafficking Team: What Are We Learning from Research About the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Youth CSEY
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“What Are We Learning from Research About the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Youth (CSEY)” – from Texas’ Child Sex Trafficking Team

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“What Are We Learning from Research About the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Youth (CSEY)”

Presented on May 13, 2021

Child Sex Trafficking Team’s (CSTT) Director, Andrea Sparks, and North Texas Regional Administrator, Tomi Grover, present on how research informs our strategies to prevent and recognize the commercial sexual exploitation of youth, effectively recover victims and support their healing, and bring justice to their exploiters. For the past 2 years, CSTT has been curating relevant research from peer-reviewed journals, and providing helpful summaries of, and links to those full research reports on its website. CSTT also funds research on child sex trafficking and evaluations of innovative anti-trafficking programs and encourages collaboration by scholars in the field to amplify research efforts. This webinar will provide an overview of CSTT’s efforts re: research and what we are learning so far.

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About Texas’ Child Sex Trafficking Team

Sadly, children are sexually exploited in Texas every day. They are forced to engage in sexual activity, often for the financial gain of their abuser.

The Child Sex Trafficking Team (CSTT) in the Office of the Governor is fighting to end this crime and to help its young victims.

Our mission is to build sustainable capacity, enhance expertise, promote policies, and create new and leverage existing collaborations to:

Texas’ Child Sex Trafficking Team has implemented a number of statewide initiatives to help bring an end to the horrendous practice of child sexual exploitation, but we still have much work to do.

Governor Greg Abbott

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